It was even better than it was supposed to be.

"Stardust: a Supper Club Review" at HART was filled to capacity at Friday night's opening. Stars, sets, sounds, feathers, frills and fun filled the Fangmeyer to the rafters.

Those of us who don't sing, mouthed Johnny Mercer's lyrics to "Come Rain or Come Shine" and this reviewer's favorite, "Skylark." Lesser known Billie Holliday blues vamped the vapors. A World War II trio out-Andrewsed the Andrews sisters. These performers are all professionals, folks, and they're all stars. John R. Crawley, musical director, was with them every beat, and his expertise at the piano made this musician's ears smile.

Creator/Director Glenn Arnette will climb the stairway to heaven on this magnificent achievement.

Run, don't walk, to get your ticket — $45 which includes a delicious dinner. Ricky Ricardo's Tropicana never had anything like this. It'll make your mind explode!

The show will continue this weekend featuring dinner and a bar at 6 p.m. and the floor show at 7 p.m. Come out June 27, 28, and 29, and on Sunday June 30 at 12:30 p.m. 

Mary Ann Enloe is a life-long Hazelwood resident who has been active in local government and the arts. She has served as mayor of Hazelwood, a Haywood County Commissioner, was a founding member of the Haywood County Arts Council and has been active in numerous other activities and organizations through the years. She covers arts and entertainment issues in Haywood County, especially bluegrass, and is a writer for The Biltmore Beacon.

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